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The state of rural roads is in dire need of attention and could well be a political football leading into the elections.
When Nick and Anita Jurgens talk about their farming future, son Zander is at the forefront of their thoughts.
AgResearch scientist urges farmers to take note of what animals are telling them.
The limousin breed once again took out the major awards in the 2014 Otago-Southland beef competition.
At least 15 sheep have been killed on another North Otago farm, just days after close to 200 sheep were killed on a nearby property.
Sugar beet touted as the new wonder fuel by grower who is now harvesting sugar beet for the dairy market.
New Fed Farmers leader says with the industry addressing environmental issues the challenge is now on pressure groups to start talking about the economy.
Farmers owe it to themselves to be level-headed about their debt and tuck away some of their earnings each year for a rainy or dry day.